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# A rocket is accelerating upward at 4.00 m/s2 from the

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Problem 74P

A rocket is accelerating upward at 4.00 m/s2 from the launch pad on the earth. Inside a small, 1.50-kg ball hangs from the ceiling by a light, 1.10-m wire. If the ball is displaced 8.50° from the vertical and released, find the amplitude and period of the resulting swings of this pendulum.

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Adult 1/Med Surg Week 3 Hypertension Page 709  Hypertension AKA high blood pressure.  Known as the silent killer.  There are no symptoms that portray Hypertension.  Hypertension affects the arteries. **The heart has to pump against systemic vascular resistance (SVR) to get the blood throughout the body. **We want the SVR to be low. If SVR is high, the heart has to pump harder against the resistance, which will cause HTN. Blood Pressure  Good B/P-- <120/<80  Systole= heart contracts  Diastole= heart relaxes  BP is up= SVR is up  BP is down= SVR is down  Prehypertension= 120/80 **High BP is typically found when a patient comes into a clinic for another reason & the healthcare provider catches it. **We need 3 consecutive high blood pressures

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